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Textbook Problem

Which type of transmission uses pulleys to change engine speed?

  1. Dual-dutch

  • Manual
  • Continuously varaible
  • Automatic
  • To determine

    The transmission, which uses a pulley to change engine speed.

    Explanation

    The continuously variable transmission is a type of automatic transmission that uses two pulleys of variable diameter with a metal belt or chain running between them. In this type of transmission different gear ratio is obtained from this arrangement instead of using manual gears. The different transmission ratio is obtained by changing the diameter of the pulleys.

    Manual transmission:

    In this type of transmission a mechanical gear arrangement is used manually by the driver for shifting gears to obtain different gear ratio at variable engine speeds...

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